Table of Contents
Part 1 Theoretical And Technical Framework Foundations: Negotiating The curriculum, G. Boomer; negotiating the curriculum - programming for learning, J. Cook; curriculum composing and evaluating - an invitation to Action Research, G. Boomer. Part 2 Cases: Negotiating Mathematics, S. Hyde; sharing power in the classroom, S. Hyde; an open letter - New York to Adelaide, S. Siegel and E. Skelly; a response - Adelaide to New York, G. Boomer; Postscript, S. Siegel And E. Skelly; Negotiating Education, J. Reid; negotiating the curriculum - action research and professional development, J. Reid with B. Thwaites; learning to Negotiate/Negotiating To Learn, N.B. Lester; On Beginning To Negotiate, C. Cook; negotiating interdisciplinary teaching and learning in secondary English/Social Studies, C. Louth And D. Young; Negotiating, Language An inquiry - building knowledge collaboratively in the classroom, C.S. Onore. Part 3 New Theoretical Perspectives On Negotiating Thee curriculum: all reforms are not created equal - co-operative learning is Not Negotiating The Curriculum, N.B. Lester; Parents, Teachers, School and system - negotiating the school curriculum, J. Cook; one, two, three, four - how do you stop the classroom war? two, four, six, eight - it's Easy, Just Negotiate, P. Thomson; Why We Learn Is What And How We Learn - curriculum as possibility, C. Onore and B. Lubetsky; negotiating the curriculum - archaeologists in search of meaning, N.B. Lester and G. Boomer; Negotiating The Curriculum Reformulated, G. Boomer.